England Test star Jonathan Trott makes Warwickshire Second XI comeback against Yorkshire at Stamford Bridge

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ENGLAND Test batsman Jonathan Trott today made his cricketing comeback for Warwickshire Seconds against Yorkshire at Stamford Bridge.

Trott took 3-39 off 14 overs with the ball as the Tykes' second string were bowled out for 301 on day one at Low Catton Road.

Andrew Hodd top-scored for Yorkshire with 58 and Stamford Bridge all-rounder Will Rhodes made 28 on his club ground.

Warwickshire reached 81-1 in reply and Trott, playing for the first time since his early departure from last winter's Ashes tour with England, will resume tomorrow morning on 12 not out. Play starts at 11am.

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11:22am Tue 3 Jun 14

Knavesmire view says...

Erm does anyone actually do any research or check their facts before publishing articles?

This is not the first time Trot has played since he left the Ashes tour. He has played in a couple of first class games this season against University sides and also played in a County Championship game this season (v Sussex I think). It shouldn't be hard to get the facts right or check!

Anyway, when all said and done, good luck Trott in his comeback efforts.
Erm does anyone actually do any research or check their facts before publishing articles? This is not the first time Trot has played since he left the Ashes tour. He has played in a couple of first class games this season against University sides and also played in a County Championship game this season (v Sussex I think). It shouldn't be hard to get the facts right or check! Anyway, when all said and done, good luck Trott in his comeback efforts. Knavesmire view
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